Terms used in official statistics

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Analogue (standard) modem, traditional modem


Definition:
Divice used to temporary connection to the Internet over standard telephone line, which requires that the modem dial a phone number when Internet access is needed. This type of the Internet connection is capable of carrying up to 56 kilobits per second (Kbit/s) and is considered as the typical example of the low capacity 'speed' connection (narrowband).

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